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Alaska Review 17
In the first segment, Mark O. Badger reports on airplane safety in Alaska and concerns over rising aviation accident rates. Those interviewed include: pilot Jack Swaim of Ketchikan; helicopter pilot Jim Isabelle of Teller; an unidentified pilot; Carl Jorwitz, tower chief at Anchorage International Airport; Martin Ondra, air traffic controller at Merrill Field; Joe Wilbur of Anchorage, owner of Wilbur Flight Operations and Wilbur Flight School; Sumner Putnam, commercial pilot; Captain Welch, Alaska jet pilot; Gene Morris, FAA accident prevention coordinator; and an unidentified private pilot. The program contains views of Anchorage International Airport and Merrill Field, Lake Hood, Wilbur Flight School, airplanes in flight near Valdez, a Juneau departure, a Sitka approach, a Ketchikan approach, and cockpits of various aircraft in flight.
In the second segment, reporter Eric Eckholm examines the recently allowed use of cameras in Alaska courtrooms. Interviewees include: Art Snowden, court director; Joe Josephson, Anchorage lawyer; Rob Stapleton, Anchorage Daily News reporter; and Howard Weaver of the Alaska Advocate. The program contains views of courtrooms and pressrooms.
The program also contains Public Service Announcements (PSAs) about alcohol awareness and the CARE program.
Alaska Review 29
In the first segment, reporter Mark Weller explores Whittier's potential to become a major Alaskan port. Those interviewed include: William Dorcy, Alaska Railroad general manager; Cecil Zeigler, Whittier mayor; Ross Knight, businessman; and U.S. Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska. The program contains views of the Alaska Railroad tunnels near Whittier, government-built buildings at Whittier, and ports in Whittier, Anchorage, Seward, and Kenai.
The second segment, "Eyes of Justice, " is a repeat broadcast from an earlier Alaska Review program (AAF-4962).
In the third segment, viewers voice their opinions about an earlier Alaska Review report on the Antiquities Act and show their approval of the use of the Antiquities Act to protect land in Alaska. Those interviewed or quoted include an unidentified Kenai man and Alaska Coalition lobbyist Dee Frankfourth.
The program also contains Public Service Announcements (PSAs) about tire pressure safety, VISTA volunteers, and the Boy Scouts of America.